In this month’s Visual Trends infographic we take a look at Starbucks’s growth in emerging markets in Asia by comparing the number of Starbucks to the GDP per capita in each respective country. We also take a look at some other Starbucks data like when they first opened stores in each country, how much coffee the average person drinks, how many Starbucks stores there are per person in each of these countries, and how much Starbucks has grown overall in Asia.
In the last post, we delved into Burberry’s past and compared it to what they have planned for the future. This week, we present you with a closer look at where Burberry has stores and how they relate to the retail market potential in each province. This should give you a better picture of where potential for growth lies. If you’re interested in more info on these areas, feel free to shoot us an email.
In 2010, Burberry Group said it would buy out its Chinese franchises in a £70m deal that will see it take direct control of its 50 stores on the mainland. Angela Ahrendts, chief executive of Burberry said the Burberry brand had more global momentum than ever in its history. It had the product innovation and supply chain to handle the fastest-growing luxury market. “Regardless of the market dynamics going on, other dynamics are in place to make this the optimum time to do [this deal],” she said.
getchee creates and validates market data for business use throughout China, India, and Southeast Asia.
Through the use of GIS, we help companies compare and visualize business data against our market data on a map. We maintain a database that supports over 100 cities and three types of data: demographics, points of interest, and heat maps.